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Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation Facility In Napa Valley, California
Why Choose Us?
Duffy’s Napa Valley Rehab is licensed and accredited by the California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, and our qualified staff of accredited professionals provide excellent clinical care that comes from the heart. Moreover, we have been successful. Since our founding, Duffy’s has helped over 38,000 guests find recovery through our treatment programs. Discover What sets Duffy’s apart from other California rehab centers.
What's Our Treatment Environment Like?
Located on a 21-acre hot springs resort, our California rehab center provides one of the best locations to help guests relax and rejuvenate while healing from their drug & alcohol addiction. Our environment is specifically tailored to promote well-being while fulfilling all of your drug & alcohol rehabilitation needs in a resort-like space.
Why Should I Get Drug Rehab Near Me?
Seeking drug and alcohol addiction or co-occurring disorder treatment and rehab in California provides the convenience of getting to our substance abuse treatment center without the added stress of travel and financial strain associated with travel costs. Instead, you or your loved one can receive the necessary substance abuse treatment right away and family members can be a much more active part of the recovery process, a fundamental element for long-term success. Duffy’s is one of the top drug & alcohol treatment centers in the US, located near the north bay area of California.
Discover the best rehab for alcohol and drug addiction near you, Duffy’s Napa Valley Rehab.
“My drug addiction was controlling my life, and I was in a free fall heading towards rock bottom. That’s when I learned of another path, getting help and starting treatment. The light is at the end of the tunnel, reach for it.”